Register for Europe‚Äôs largest forensics event
KTN is proud to support Europe‚Äôs leading forensics event, Forensics Europe Expo, on the 6th & 7th March 2018, in London’s Olympia.
With an incredible speaker line up, dozens of free seminars, tonnes of innovation and an exhibition of the latest technology, Forensics Europe Expo is gearing up to be the must-attend event for today‚Äôs modern forensic professional.
The forensic science landscape is undergoing a number of significant changes and positive developments. The exhibition at FEE will bring together 80+ leading forensic suppliers whose capabilities range from accident investigation and fingerprint examination to data extraction and digital forensics. Exhibitors include Access Data, Bigneat Ltd, Compelson, Magnet Forensics, foster+freeman, Griffeye, Guidance Software, SceneSafe, SecurCube and Verisis to name a few.
Free-to-attend educational forensic workshops
Also taking place on the show floor will be a series of tutorial-style seminars and presentations from exhibiting companies. Make the most of this rare opportunity to learn from forensic experts about their successes, challenges and lessons learnt to improve your expertise and find out about latest project efficiencies and investigation skills to further progress your career.
Leading conference programme explores the global forensic landscape
Increasing globalisation and the fact that crime is becoming more complex means that professionals from across the world need to come together to address these challenges first-hand. FEE provides a much needed forum to share latest thinking and experiences. This year, we are delighted to welcome leading experts and innovators from across law enforcement, industry and academia.
Key topics for 2018 include:
- The Development of Standards in Digital Forensics in Investigations, John Beckwith, Digital Forensics Standards Lead – National Police Chiefs Council
- The CybHAPP Project: A new approach to investigating cyber stalking and harassment, DCI Chris Beresford, Bedfordshire Police Cyber Hub
- Forensic Search of No Body Murders – New Technology and Techniques, Peter Faulding, Confined Space and Forensic Search Specialist – Specialist Group International
- An Investigation into the Detection of Latent Marks on Birds of Prey Feathers to Prove Human Involvement in Wildlife, Helen McMorris, Teaching Fellow – School of Science, Engineering and Technology – University of Abertay
With so much to see and get involved with, Forensics Europe Expo has something for every forensics professional. Take your place alongside inspiring speakers, find out about the latest product launches, network with fellow innovators, and get involved in interactive seminars and hands-on demonstrations. Make sure you don‚Äôt miss the largest forensics event of the year.
More information is available here.
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